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BY CHRISTEN, WRITING TEAM INTERN
I’ve always had a taste for spice; the more of an emergency in my mouth, the better. So, of course, I’m a die-hard fan of jalapeÃ±o poppers. From time to time, though, a true appetizer-eater must ask herself, “How can I make this better?” And, the only reasonable answer to that question is: bacon. Because who doesn’t love bacon? (But don’t worry, vegetarian friends, we’ve got a delicious tweak to the recipe for you!)
So, let us carry forth to the kitchen, ModCooks of the world, armed with the power of bacon and the gusto of flavor, to reinvent the jalapeÃ±o popper!
Bacon-Wrapped JalapeÃ±o Poppers
From The Pioneer Woman Cooks. Makes 40 poppers.
Can you believe something so simple to make looks so gourmet? Have you tried updating an easy recipe?
Really excited to try this. My roommates are going to love me.
mmm, thanks for this.
Oh, but what fun are jalapeÃ±os if they don’t have that insane flaming kick to them. 😛
I can’t wait until our next grocery shopping trip so I can go ahead and try to make these.
thanks a bunch, cant WAIT to try this.
it looks delish^-^
Jesslyn Alice <33
My family makes these almost whevever they can except we don’t call them poppers, we call them armadillo eggs. Not sure why though but they are awesome
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1Âº: Make JalapeÃ±o.
omgg.. that looks delicious!.. hehe I cant wait to try that my self.. hehe
I love to make these in the summer. Sometimes I like to dip the filled jalapenos into shredded sharp cheddar cheese or Gorgonzola THEN bacon wrap them, for en extra kick.
YUM!!!! This looks ( and sounds ) sooo good!! I’m sending it to my sis in DC. She loves poppers!! XD
Looks amazing and I cannot wait to try it! However, there is one drawback – nutritional info anywhere? I checked the Pioneer Woman Cooks website and did not see it. I’m fairly health conscious and while I don’t think I’ll get a heart attack from a eating a few of these, it would still be good to know what exactly I’m putting in my body.
Hey! We couldn’t find any nutritional info either, but fashion writer Angela says you can easily make this recipe more health-friendly with substitutions like fake bacon (she swears by it), Tofutti (no cholesterol, butterfat, or hydrogenated oil!), or neufchatel cheese (which has slightly lower calories than cream cheese).
Hope that helps! 🙂
These are the exact poppers I make! I love to make them for so many events. Word the wise, make sure when you’re seeding the jalepenos to do it under cold water, I was choking the first time I did them.
Oh man I cannot wait to make these! We are helping plan a surprise party for my brother-in-law, for his college graduation. I have been fretting over what to contribute to the party and now I know! He will LOVE these…well, I think everyone will love them!
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